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True or False

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Lightning never strikes the same place twice.

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The flying squirrel is the only flying mammal.

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The Oscar-winning film A Beautiful Mind (2001) deals with schizophrenia.

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The first big Hollywood "summer blockbuster" was Jaws.

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Jackson Pollock revolutionized art with his Photo-realist paintings.

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Warts can be caused by touching certain animals, especially toads.

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The bear has caused more human deaths than any other mammal in history.

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The "China Syndrome" is what hostages experience when they begin to feel empathy for their captors.

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Carl Lewis holds the record for most individual gold medals at the Olympics.

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E Pluribus Unum, on the seal of the United States, means "one, out of many."

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Drinking warm milk induces sleep.

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Skin is the human's largest organ.

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Franklin Roosevelt is one of the presidents depicted on Mount Rushmore.

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The tiniest bones in the human body are found in the hand.

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Saddam Hussein's invasion of Kuwait in 1990 led to the Iran-Iraq war.

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Mathematics

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A school committee consists of 2 teachers and 4 students. The number of different committees that can be formed from 5 teachers and 10 students is

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Rice weighing 33/4 pounds was divided equally and placed in 4 containers. How many ounces of rice were in each?

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What is 59*33?

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Which is greater than 4?

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What is |-26|?

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Which of the following is greater?

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The population of a country increased by an average of 2% per year from 2000 to 2003. If the population of this country was 2 000 000 on December 31, 2003, then the population of this country on January 1, 2000, to the nearest thousand would have been

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Find the value of 3 + 2 • (8 – 3)

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What is 78*4?

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Simplify: (4 – 5) – (13 – 18 + 2).

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20% of 2 is equal to

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When a metallic ball bearing is placed inside a cylindrical container, of radius 2 cm, the height of the water, inside the container, increases by 0.6 cm. The radius, to the nearest tenth of a centimeter, of the ball bearing is

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The exam scores of all 500 students were recorded and it was determined that these scores were normally distributed. If Jane's score is 0.8 standard deviation above the mean, then how many, to the nearest unit, students scored above Jane?

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Which is the smallest?

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The period of | sin (3x) | is

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Riddles

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What gets wet while drying?

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A is the brother of B. B is the brother of C. C is the father of D. So how is D related to A?

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What body part is pronounced as one letter, but written with three, only two different letters are used?

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What is seen in the middle of March and April that can’t be seen at the beginning or end of either month?

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This belongs to you, but everyone else uses it. 

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You are my brother, but I am not your brother. Who am I?

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I have keys, but no locks and space, and no rooms. You can enter, but you can’t go outside. What am I?

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What English word has three consecutive double letters? 

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You see a boat filled with people. It has not sunk, but when you look again you don’t see a single person on the boat. Why?

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I speak without a mouth and hear without ears. I have no body, but I come alive with wind. What am I?

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What color can you eat?

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I have cities, but no houses. I have mountains, but no trees. I have water, but no fish. What am I?

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You measure my life in hours and I serve you by expiring. I’m quick when I’m thin and slow when I’m fat. The wind is my enemy. 

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Tear off my skin. I won't cry, but you will. What am I?

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Cloud is my mother. Wind is my father. I come down but never go up. What am I?

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Are you familiar with other countries and their capital?

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Geography

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Ecuador

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Cyprus

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Portugal

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Dominican Republic

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Iceland

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Maldives

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Indonesia

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Mozambique

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New Zealand

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Denmark

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Micronesia

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Jamaica

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Austria

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Nigeria

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Thailand

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Synonyms

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imbibe

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errant

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scintillating

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frivolous

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cadre

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incongruous

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context

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vapid

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grift

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sheaf

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retribution

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shenanigans

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erudite

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ilk

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insipid

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Can you name what’s in the picture?

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Name that thing

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What is this called?

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How familiar are you with religions?

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Religions

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It especially worships nature.

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It began with the figure of Abraham.

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It follows the Abrahamic tradition of monotheism.

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The oldest religion.

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It emerged from the Punjabi region.

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They established the kingdoms of Israel and Judah.

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It was established in Persia in 1863.

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One of its largest branches is Protestantism.

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Refers to beliefs that deities do not exist.

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Emerged from a Chinese Philosopher.

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It teaches that Allah is the only God.

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A religious tradition native to India.

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It emerged from the Judeo-Christian tradition.

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A religious tradition native to Japan.

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Its scriptures and traditions include ideologies or philosophies.

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Can you guess the right title of the book?

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Book Titles

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Dr. Bacon is to cover the entire field and to show in one connected view the origin and progress of the Christian forces that have operated so beneficently.

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In the first story, a “fat gentleman” gives starving little orphan Fanny a half-sovereign instead of a sixpence.

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Endeavoring to keep the unity of the Spirit in the bond of peace.

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The books talks about how Charles Sainte-Foi sees the value of women in society.

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Martin Luther’s most comprehensive work on justification by faith.

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This is the story of the expedition in 1769, whose aim was the political and spiritual conquest of the great Northwest coast of the Pacific.

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It is filled with riveting stories and examples explaining and supporting Christian service.

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It includes observations Martin Luther made while at table with colleagues and friends.

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It offers several insights for readers serious about training themselves in the art and necessity of the spiritual weapon of prayer.

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This work discusses Canadianization and how to intertwine a Catholic identity.

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Into the home of an interesting but self-centered family in old France comes Paula, a young orphaned cousin, from the tiny village of Villar.

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The mission of this little volume is to strengthen and energize and help you spend life as you should.

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Dr. Howe wrote this book at the request of the Division of Christian Education and the Division of Evangelism of the American Baptist Convention.

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A collection of over 1,500 expository sermons arranged as a Bible commentary.

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The Imitation is perhaps the most widely read devotional work next to the Bible and is regarded as a devotional and religious classic.

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